How to communicate with your mule and donkey topic of March 6-7 clinic

Posted 2/23/21

An in-person clinic on how to communicate with a mule or donkey is being held at the Queen Valley Mule Ranch March 6-7.

“Maybe you’re feeling a bit down about how your animal is …

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How to communicate with your mule and donkey topic of March 6-7 clinic

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An in-person clinic on how to communicate with a mule or donkey is being held at the Queen Valley Mule Ranch March 6-7.

“Maybe you’re feeling a bit down about how your animal is behaving. Maybe it’s been a long year and you’re not sure what to do next as a mule or donkey owner. Maybe you’d just love to gain all the knowledge you possibly can,” according to an email about the clinic.

“If you’re feeling a bit discouraged about your mule training or just want to learn all you can, don’t miss the opportunity to join me for an in-person clinic about ‘How to communicate with your mule or donkey,” Steve Edwards, owner of Queen Valley Mule Ranch, said in the email.

Register at muleranch.com/march-clinic-communication.

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